Singles in dating mode can spend considerable time looking for love, but more often than not, love finds them — and often when they least expect it.
Our stylish English gentleman is back with candid advice for readers’ questions on sexual compatibility, too many cats and wine country gaffs.
I heard a nugget of wisdom the other day and although the speaker was referring to romance, I realized her advice could benefit all my relationships.
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